Governor Rotimi Akeredolu has called out his Kaduna State counterpart, Nasir El-Rufai for his criticism of the anti-open grazing law enacted in most Southern States.
Akeredolu who spoke in a statement through his Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Donald Ojogo, said people like El-Rufai are the undesirables masquerading as leaders.
He accused the Former FCT Minister of wanting to export banditry to the South.
The statement partly read “From all indications, Governor Nasir el-Rufai, if he was properly quoted and his views not misrepresented, is struggling hard to export banditry to the South under an expressed opinion that is laced with mischief.
“Perhaps, it is apt to state clearly that the likes of Governor El-Rufai are already in a hysteric ‘mode’ of escalating and indeed, externalising banditry, especially as the military onslaught against criminal elements and other terror variants suffices in the North.”